Jacob Gamble and Phuong Tran

Gideon Haigh on the future of work and BullSh*t Jobs; Review of the Quarterly Essay 'Dead Right'; James changes his mind on Compulsory Voting; Over the Wall on the everlasting barriers to Social Support; Jill Parris - voices from Manus.

Gideon Haigh on the future of work and BullSh*t Jobs; Review of the Quarterly Essay 'Dead Right'; James changes his mind on Compulsory Voting; Over the Wall on the everlasting barriers to Social Support; Jill Parris - voices from Manus.

7.00 am Acknowledgement of Country7.05 am News headlines  7.10 am Gideon Haigh joins us to talk about David Graeber's 'Phenomenon of Bullsh*t Jobs', the future of work and of course the Australian Cricket team. 7.30 am Jackson reviews the first 20 iod pages of richard Dennis' Quarterly Essay 'Dead Right'; James speaks about how he changed his mind on compulsory voting7.20 am Jeremy Poxon, media officer for the Australian Unemployed Worker's Union, joins us in the studio to discuss Centrelink's new 'demerit points' plan and what it means for NewStart recipients.7.50 am Over the Wall - on the continuing barriers to social support - housing, living, and finding work in abject poverty. 8.00 am Jill Parris is a refugee activist, published author and practicing Quaker - she has written two books in collaboration with Man Man, a former Manus detainee now setttled in Atlanta, Georgia. 

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